Becoming a Qualified Aquatic Tutor
Duration: 4 Day Course
Job Role: Aquatic Tutor Qualification
What is an Aquatic Tutor?
An aquatic tutor is somebody who teaches and examines STA/ ASA's Aquatic Qualifications within their chosen discipline.
What qualifications do I need to become an Aquatic Tutor?
-Be 19 years old
-Hold a current membership of either STA or ASA
-Have held an aquatic teaching qualification for a minimum of 2 years:
1. STA/ ASA certificate
2. Baby and Pre School
3. People with disabilities
4. Aquacise or acceptable equivalent.
-Provide evidence of at least 200 hours of teaching experience in the chosen discipline (50 hours if the chosen discipline is Aquacise)
-Hold the STA Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults certificate or acceptable equivalent (Not required if the chosen discipline is Aquacise).
-Complete the technical competency test for the chosen discipline
-Complete the Course Administration Unit
What skills/experience will an employer look for?
-Good communication skills
-Sufficient knowledge and ability to relay knowledge sufficiently for chosen disciplines
What are the best things about qualifying as an Aquatic Tutor?
You will gain a qualification that includes the STA Level 3 Award in Education and Training (QCF) qualification.
For more information, please feel free to call Paul on 03330 143136 or email him at .
Futureactive is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all applicants to share our commitment. An enhanced CRB/DBS will be required.